Government auditors have highlighted a lack of correlation between the prime minister’s capital funding announcements and those NHS providers with the largest backlogs of maintenance problems.
NHS providers that owe the government a combined £10bn would see the debts converted into a form of investment that does not have to be repaid, under plans being discussed by national leaders.
A health system in the east of England is looking for a new leader, which will be the fifth appointment to the post since 2016.
Six providers set to receive major public investment in new hospital buildings may struggle to afford annual charges on their new assets, according to experts.
A much-vaunted scheme to use private investment for NHS capital projects has been officially scrapped, HSJ has learned.
The trusts in line to receive £200m for upgrading cancer screening equipment from the government have been announced.
The trusts which will benefit from a share of £2.7bn to rebuild hospitals, or £100m to develop business cases for future schemes, announced by the prime minister today.
With the new prime minister poised to announce NHS building projects, HSJ has identified 20 of the most significant hospital infrastructure schemes that require big injections of capital funding, often to address pressing problems with care quality.
Three trusts’ pathology services look likely to be outsourced in an STP-wide procurement process.
An acute trust is hoping to be among the first organisations to use a new form of private financing to help fund a replacement hospital.
Below is a breakdown of acute and combined trusts by the share of staff saying they had witnessed potentially harmful errors, near misses or incidents in the last month, in the 2018 NHS staff survey.
A former health minister has been appointed as the chair of a Home Counties sustainability and transformation partnership.
A third of acute trusts routinely break the law by paying their suppliers late, HSJ can reveal.
A former acute trust chief executive who faced fraud charges killed himself, an inquest has heard.
A steep increase in emergency bailouts means NHS trusts’ total borrowing from the Department of Health and Social Care has overtaken their PFI liabilities.
Mid and South Essex commissioners have approved a controversial acute reorganisation, which will involve major changes to where and how emergency, specialist and elective services across the patch.
The prosecution of a hospital trust chief nurse for false accounting has been dropped.
This week we look at the organisations shortlisted for their innovative work in Acute, Community and/or Primary Care Services Redesign at the 2017 HSJ Awards.
Fifteen NHS trusts have been selected by the Department of Health and Social Care to receive funding for pilot projects to enable flexible working.